What is the difference between wedding and marriage or both the words mean the same?
Well, to me those words mean two different things:
Wedding is the rite that officiates the union, and marks its start, while marriage is the time that comes after the wedding. So - you need to be wed, in order to be married, at least in how I view it.
A wedding takes place on (one day) to celebrate the joining of two people who have chosen to embark on life together.
A marriage is (their way of life) after the wedding day!
Some marriages are wonderful and some are toxic.
A wedding is for only one day, marriage lasts as long as you are married to someone.
Mostly both words of wedding and marriage get used as synonyms. But, I feel some how that wedding is more like some contractual celebration, whereas marriage is more spiritual and auspicious in nature.
Marriages involve more traditional rituals that are performed invoking God. Some marriage customs involve celebrations and rituals for more lengthier periods of 16 days at both Bride's house and Groom's house. And marriages unite two families and generations for everlasting relationships.
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